Zum Tod von Clarence Clemons

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NY TIMES schreibt:

Grieving, From Asbury Park
Toward the rear of the Stone Pony, Jack Moran sipped a sweating Coors Light and gazed at the portraits that showed Clarence Clemons onstage.
Having seen countless E Street Band concerts in the past three decades, Mr. Moran, 61, said he always saw the band as a reflection, or even an extension, of himself.

The Big Man, Much More Than Springsteen’s Sideman
It was never just about the saxophone. In more than three decades wielding his tenor sax with Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, from its beginning in 1972 to his death at 69 on Saturday, Clarence Clemons was as much a symbol as a sideman.

ABC.com schreibt:

Clemons‘ Death Leaves Void for Springsteen
E Street will never be quite the same.
The death of saxophone player Clarence Clemons ripped a hole in Bruce Springsteen’s music and onstage life, taking away a figure who had served him loyally for decades and never failed to add joy to the E Street Band’s epic performances.

Ausserdem spielte Bon Jovi gestern Abend ein fulminantes Konzert in Horsens, Dänemark. Jon Bonjovi erinnerte an Clarence Clemons und begeisterte die Fans mit „10th Avenue Freeze-Out:


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